Published: July 29, 2009
Updated: July 29, 2009
Duke ophthalmologists have developed a new imaging instrument that makes high resolution images of the internal fluid drain of the eye. The images can help doctors diagnose narrow angle glaucoma before it can cause vision problems, even eventual blindness.
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